Information for students coming on campus
Students MUST NOT be on campus unless they have a specific reason to be on the premises (e.g. a timetabled class, an appointment with a staff member or a booked appointment at the Library.). The continued health, safety and welfare of all staff, students and visitors is our highest priority.
The Library services on each campus are reopening on Monday 19 April. To ensure a safe environment for staff and students, a booking system is in place. Students and staff should book 24 hours in advance to access library services including PC usage, access to study spaces and book collection (click & collect). Unfortunately, we will not be able to accommodate students without bookings. Students must bring their student ID to gain access to the library for their booking.
Bookings can be made via email or telephone for each campus:
Anniesland firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0141 357 6106
Anniesland opening hours 09:00-16:00 Mon-Fri
Cardonald email@example.com Tel: 0141 272 3369
Cardonald opening hours 08:45-16:00 Mon-Fri
Langside firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0141 272 3678
Langside opening hours: 09:00 - 16:00 Mon-Fri
- LATEST guidance from the Scottish Government states that all staff and students will be required to wear a face covering, unless exempt, during any lessons which take place indoors
- If you do not comply with COVID safety guidance whilst in college we will have no option but to ask you to leave the campus
- Learning and teaching will be online with an exception for the delivery of critical and time-sensitive learning, assessments and work placements that cannot be delivered remotely or postponed. Your course leader will be in touch with you directly to let you know any changes
- Students should not attend College buildings if they are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms (e.g. a new persistent cough, loss of or change in sense of smell or taste, high temperature or shortness of breath) or have been advised by Test and Protect that they have come into contact with a symptomatic / infected person.
- Should you begin to feel unwell while on campus, please leave the premises immediately and return home. Ring/email your Faculty office or Senior Lecturer to notify them about this development and contact NHS Inform to book a Covid-19 test. If a positive result is obtained for Covid-19, notify your Faculty office or Senior Lecturer immediately to enable the College to comply with its legal duties in support of the government’s Test and Protect Strategy.
- One-way traffic flow systems have been introduced
- Face coverings must be worn in all public areas and when using any lifts (e.g. corridors, hallways, Libraries and toilets)
- Hand sanitiser stations should be used frequently, both on entering and exiting the building as well as during the time on campus. This is in addition to regular and thorough handwashing.
- Increased cleaning regime for the toilet facilities is in place
- Floor markings have been introduced to demarcate most corridors into 2-way traffic lanes
- ‘Give way’ signs are in place, encouraging all users to ensure that effective social distance from others is always maintained.
- In the event of an emergency evacuation, individuals should exit the building promptly by the nearest exit/stairs and when they arrive at the assembly points, they must stand socially distanced apart.
- The use of lifts is restricted to one passenger only (or with their carer) on all campus, except in the Cardonald Main Tower lifts, which can accommodate two passengers at a time due to their larger size.
- Water fountains may only be used to decant water into personal water bottles. All waterspouts have been decommissioned. Students must not drink directly from any water fountain.
- No catering facilities will be available for students so students should bring their own packed lunch.
- Canteen areas will not be open so any students who are on campus should remain in class groups during breaks and will be provided a room to take that break. Students should not mix with other class groups and should ensure they maintain social distancing at all times.
- Students should not car share when attending College as per Scottish Government guidance.
- If any equipment must be shared this should be disinfected before and after use. Disinfectant sprays and wipes are provided for this.
- All rooms have maximum occupancy levels. Please do not exceed these limits when on campus.
- Gyms and shower rooms are not open for use at the present time, however are available to staff and students in the Sport and Fitness curriculum area. Our Sport and Fitness teams need maximum access to these practical facilities to ensure that our students are given the best opportunity to achieve their programmes.
- Students MUST NOT congregate in hallways, toilet lobbies and such areas. If you do not comply with COVID safety guidance whilst in college we will have no option but to ask you to leave the campus
- Please return home as soon as possible after your on-campus learning is finished.
- Students should clear their desks/work area of any refuse as they leave the classroom/workshop.